Around the Adoramasphere

Posted in News by Nathan Lee Bush on July 23, 2012

Around the Adoramasphere is our weekly roundup of the internet goings-on of the Adorama family.

On the PhotoZAP Photo Critiques blog, Mason Resnick and friends critique a reader-submitted black and white portrait.

On TechTock, Mason announces the upcoming Adorama event, a day-long photography conference for bloggers.

On this blog, Through the Looking Glass, we cover the week’s photo and video events in New York City.

On the Techniques and How-Tos blog, Joe McNally talks about all the hidden logistics and gear requirements that goes on behind a “simple” photo seen in magazines; Richard Harrington guides us through a three point lighting setup; Allen Rokach with Anne Millman describe how they took great Italy photos despite the sudden death of their DSLR; Joe DiMaggio talks about working with light to evoke mood and shares some sports photography tips; Michele Westmorland describes the experience of photographing on safari; Bryan Peterson describes a simple technique that uses a wide angle lens’ closest focus to create a more compelling image.

On the Gear Guides and Reviews Blog, Richard makes the case for upgrading to Adobe Photoshop CS6; Mason reviews the Lensbaby Sweet 35, which blurs the edges of the image; and Richard Harrington reviews the Olympus Tough TG-1 rugged compact.

At the Adorama News Desk, Mason covers the long-awaited mirrorless offering from Canon, the EOS M, with APS sensor; and Fred Singer covers the slew of new enthusiast cameras from Panasonic, notably the G5 Micro Four Thirds follow up to the G3, the DMC-FZ200, and the LX7 compact.


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